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Sustainable Growth: Continuous Improvement Firm | Kaizen The Japanese Strategy of Continuous Improvement | |

By: Vadim KotelnikovFounder, Ten3 Business e-Coach – Inspiration and Innovation Unlimited! | Yes!  You are in the right place!   |
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This site is Ranked Top 5 by Google for"Kaizen"out of about 5-million-wide (!!!) competition! |
| "Japanese management practices succeed simplybecause they are good management practices. This success has little to do with cultural factors. And the lack of cultural bias means that these practices can be – and are – just as successfully employed elsewhere." – Masaaki Imai | |
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Transitioning Your Company To a Lean Enterprise 13 Tips |
* Use Kaizen workshops to teach and make rapid changes... More |

The Toyota Way 14Principles |
* Become a learning organization through relentless reflection (hansei) and continuous improvement (Kaizen Mindset)... More |

Main Subjects for Suggestions in Japanese Companies |
* Improvement in the working environment... More |

Toyota's 10 Management Principles |
* Relentlessly strive to conduct Kaizen activities... More Toyota Production System (TPS) |Lessons from Konosuke Matsushita, Founder of Panasonic7 Core Principles of Management Philosophy |
* Relentless Efforts for Improvement... More |

The Key Kaizen Practices |
Mindset & Culture * customer orientation * quality control (QC) circles * suggestion system * discipline in the workplace * small-group activities * cooperative labor-management relations *total quality management (TQM) * quality improvement | Production Process * automation & robotics * autonomation * zero defects * total productive maintenance (TPM) * kamban * Just-in-Time (JIT) * productivity improvement * new product development |
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Kaizen Mindset Setting the Right Mindset & Business Environment |
* Not a single day should go bywithout some kind of improvement being made somewhere in the company * Quality first, not profit first – an enterprise can prosper only if customers who purchase its products or services are satisfied * Recognition that any corporation has problems and establishing a corporate culture where everyone can freely admit these problems and suggest improvement... More   |
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SuccessfulImplementation of Kaizen Strategy 7 Conditions |
* Top management commitment... More |
Seven Goals of the Japanese Suggestion System |
1. Making the job easier 2. Removing drudgery from the job 3. Removing nuisance from the job 4. Making the job safer 5. Making the job more productive 6. Improving product quality 7. Saving time and cost... More |
Kaizen and Kaikaku |
*Kaizen is evolutionary, focused on incremental improvements. * Kaikaku is revolutionary, focused on radical improvements 10 Kaikaku Commandments |
| What is Kaizen? Kaizen means "improvement". Kaizen strategy calls for never-ending efforts for improvement involving everyone in the organization – managers and workers alike.  Kaizen and Management Management has two major components: 1.maintenance, and 2. improvement. The objective of the maintenance function is to maintain current technological, managerial, and operating standards. The improvement function is aimed at improving current standards.   |
Under the maintenance function, the management must first establish policies, rules, directives and standard operating procedures (SOPs) and then work towards ensuring thateverybody follows SOP. The latter is achieved through a combination of discipline and human resource development measures. Under the improvement function, management works continuously towards revising the current standards, once they have been mastered, and establishing higher ones. Improvement can be broken down between innovation and Kaizen. Innovation involves a drastic improvement in the...
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